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In an earlier post on Hyundai’s Tucson fuel cell vehicle (earlier post), we incorrectly reported the battery as a 24 kWh unit, reflecting a typo in Hyundai material. The battery is actually a 24 kW unit with a capacity of less than 1 kWh, according to Soonil Jeon from Hyundai, in his presentation at the SAE 2014 Hybrid & Electric Vehicle Technologies Symposium. We apologize for the error.



I said:

'The energy is stored in a 24 kWh lithium-ion polymer battery, jointly developed with LG Chemical.'

??? I don't think so.
That would be a full on plug in hybrid, which this isn't.
Presumably it uses around a 1.5kwh battery like all the other FCEVs/

Sometimes I amaze myself! ;-)

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